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I'm always looking sources for great documentaries, wanted to start a place to post what your watching



There is a great 2 part BBC series worth seeing called Everything and Nothing, its about physics
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vbs.tv -> liberia
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Hoop Dreams Ken Burns' Civil War Up Series Night and Fog Triumph of the Will The Last Waltz The World at War
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On a war note:

The Fog of War
The Ten Thousand Day War



Like the liberal thought police that I am, I believe Night and Fog should be watched by every American.

I've got to say that Grizzly Man is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.
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Hoop Dreams


Could be the best ever
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Could be the best ever

def up there. the one on the fab 5 is very good. unlv not so much..
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I've got to say that Grizzly Man is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

The only way this could be true if if you haven't seen many docus
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def up there. the one on the fab 5 is very good. unlv not so much..

that also goes for almost the entire ESPN 30 for 30 series
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BTW all...

Greatest documentary series ever is Horizon.

47 years, better than ever.
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Grizzly Man is awesome.
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The Joan Rivers doc was cool.
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Some good recent ones:

The King of Kong
Anvil: The Story of Anvil
Man on Wire
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Exit Through the Gift Shop docu about banksy.
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Champions Forever: The Quick and The Dead. It's in three or four parts on youtube.
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